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Chilwell House

Specialist treatment in a supportive environment

Chilwell House provides high level care and personal space for young people aged 16-25.

Our innovative and comfortable facility has been purpose-designed to provide the best possible environment for vulnerable people, offering 14 individual bedrooms each with en-suite, for clients
with very specific needs, particularly:
  • Mental Illness
  • Personality Disorder
  • Mild Learning Difficulties

With spaces to learn, grow and develop

Chilwell House is a supportive space, with all the comforts of home and facilities for relaxation and recreation. At the heart of the house is a spacious communal lounge and dining area; perfect for group activities, special events and day to day socialising. Adjacent to the communal lounge is a communal kitchen for the use of clients and Chilwell House also has an additional kitchen equipped for baking groups and self-catering training. Clients can enjoy the quiet lounge; a therapeutic space that offers tranquillity and privacy. All rooms on the ground floor lead out to the landscaped communal garden, which features sheltered outdoor spaces, a water feature and allotment space.

Enhanced Care Accommodation

Chilwell House provides a therapy room, a secure clinic, and a de-escalation room, enabling any challenging and aggressive behaviour to be managed and treated effectively.

Residential care

We offer long-term care and support for clients with mild learning difficulties. Our caring and highly professional staff provide a safe and supportive environment, while a multi-disciplinary treatment team is responsible for clients’ ongoing treatment and care. Our team includes:
  • Registered Manager
  • Psychologist

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What are people saying
The staff at Chilwell House are passionate about their work, helping clients on the road to recovery. As parents, we consider ourselves very lucky that our daughter has been given this chance to regain her life back, thanks to the valuable support the team have given her.
I have had the opportunity to work alongside Chilwell house rehabilitation unit in my role as lead nurse within the Early Intervention team.

The team supported a careplan to allow for one of my clients to discharge from hospital after a lengthy admission. Over time they made efforts to not only support the transfer but also to set and review moving on goals. This enabled my client to shift from being somewhat inactive and lacking any plan or structure to his day to having positive thoughts about moving on with his life.